Whisky Distilleries

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Glenglassaugh lies directly at the shores of the river Spey. Unfortunately the distillery was closed in 1986.
At the foot of the hill Ben Rinnes lies the Benrinnes distillery. The distillery was built by Peter Mackenzie in 1826.
The founding of Royal Lochnagar’s was a tumultuous affair. It was a pretty rough time in the Highlands. In 1823, James Robertson founded and constructed a distillery close to the modern-day site.
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Glengyle is the third distillery beside Springbank and Glen Scoia that is still active in Campbeltown. "Active again" it should read, since Glengyle has been revived 2004 and is now producing the Kilkerran single malt whisky.
Auchroisk is an industrial malt distillery that produces for the J&B Blended Scotch whisky. Read more about it below.↓
Fettercairn is one of the oldest licensed distilleries in Scotland. It was founded in 1824 by Sir Alexander Ramsay, the owner of the estate on which the distillery is located. Read more about it below.↓
Glen Elgin Distillery, which sits in the Speyside region of Scotland, has a selection of official and independent bottlings for whisky aficionados to choose from. The distillery’s official range consisted of a 12 year old, 16 year old, 20 year old and 32...
Bladnoch was founded in 1817 by the brothers John and Thomas McClelland. The distillery is the most southern active distillery there is in Scotland. It lies right next to the river that is also called Bladnoch. Read more about it below.↓
Aultmore from the Scottish Speyside near the city of Keith. It was built in 1896 by Alexander Edwards.
Glenturret is one of the oldest still producing distillery there is in Scotland. Its history traces back to some smugglers in 1775. Sometimes it is called the Disney of whisky, as the visitor centre is so nice and well made.
Having only been founded in 1976, Speyside is one of the newest distilleries in Scotland. However, it took more than two decades from the founding of the distillery for construction on the site to be finished. The origins of the distillery date back to...
The Glentauchers Distillery is situated in the Speyside, just a few miles from Keith at the road to Craigellachie. There’s no visitor center at Glentauchers and this may be one reason why the distillery is not very well known. But the more important...
William Mackenzie, a farmer from the Speyside town of Carron, built the Dailuaine distillery in 1852. Dailuaine derives from the Gaelic ‘An dail uaine’ meaning ‘green valley’. Read more about it below.↓
Andrew Peary and Robert Bain founded Miltonduff distillery in 1824. The distillery had previously operated illicitly on the site since the turning of the century, but following the passing of the Exercise Act, Peary and Bain established the distillery as...
The original Wolfburn Distillery was founded just to the west of Thurso by William Smith in 1821. In its day it was one of the largest distilleries in Scotland, producing, according to HMRC records, 28,056 “gallons of proof spirit” in a single year....
The Speyside Distillery Tormore was one of the first new distilleries that were built in the 20th century. It’s more known for its unique and pretty architecture than for its whiskies which predominantly are used for blends. Tormore Distillery was granted...